Milwaukee resident, Nell Benton, recently purchased a local café for one hundred dollars. No your Milwaukee mover didn’t make a typo, the restaurant’s founder, Michael Diedrick, sold the restaurant for the unheard-of price of only one hundred dollars. The restaurant is in good condition, and was appraised at fifty thousand; Benton’s offer of one hundred dollars wasn’t even the highest bid! There are several stipulations regarding the sale; Benton will agree to keep the cafe’s current staff on board, to continue serving dishes on the current menu and also to feed Diedrick and his wife daily for one year; overall your relocation experts in Milwaukee think she got an excellent deal on the local café.
Mr. Diedrick’s vision when he started-up the café was to provide Milwaukee local residents with delicious food as well as to set an example for other restaurants in the area as the café operates in an environmentally friendly manner, our Milwaukee movers approve! Aside from the restaurant’s image, Diedrick also planned from the beginning to find a new owner for the place once the café was in full swing. Though it took him longer than he had anticipated, Diedrick found his ideal candidate in Benton, which is why he sold his business for such a low price.
Nell Benton, up until her purchase of Diedrick’s café, was an unemployed chef with a culinary degree and a knack for helping those in need. Nell’s background in culinary arts, as well as in volunteering will be coupled together for this venture in the restaurant business. Open from eight in the morning until four-thirty in the afternoon, Benton’s restaurant will be lent out to area non-profit and volunteer groups in the evenings.
Not only will this new acquisition surely turn Benton’s life around for the better, the business principles of Milwaukee’s quaint little ‘green’ café will likely turn its neighborhood around for the better as well! Your residential relocation service providers predict that Benton will be moving up (and possibly even moving IN to a new home thanks to the new café!) Benton will take ownership officially on December first.